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  • Osaka City Univ
  • Osaka,Japan
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// ==UserScript==
// @name fastforward.uc.js
// @namespace
// @include main
// @compatibility Firefox 4.0
// @charset UTF-8
// @license MIT License
// @version 0.0.1
// @note 昔作ったものが埋もれていたので公開
// ==/UserScript==
Griever / LinkDragSelectionForChrome.user.js
Created Feb 21, 2013
Chrome で Opera 風のリンクテキストの選択を再現するスクリプト
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// ==UserScript==
// @name LinkDragSelectionForChrome
// @description Opera like link selection for chrome.
// @namespace
// @author Griever
// @license MIT License
// @match http://*/*
// @match https://*/*
// @version 0.0.1
// ==/UserScript==
dtinth /
Created Oct 29, 2014
iPhoto Location Export


Exports the locations of photos in a photo album as JSON data...

osascript -l JavaScript iPhotoLocation.js "NAIST Internship"
rmondello / gist:b933231b1fcc83a7db0b
Last active Dec 14, 2022
Exporting (iCloud) Keychain and Safari credentials to a CSV file
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Exporting (iCloud) Keychain and Safari credentials to a CSV file

Update (October 2021)

Exporting password + one-time code data from iCloud Keychain is now officially supported in macOS Monterey and Safari 15 (for Monterey, Big Sur, and Catalina). You can access it in the Password Manager’s “gear” icon (System Preferences > Passwords on Monterey, and Safari > Passwords everywhere else), or via the File > Export > Passwords... menu item). You shouldn't need to hack up your own exporter anymore.

Original, Obsolete Content (2014)

After my dad died, I wanted to be able to have access any of his online accounts going forward. My dad was a Safari user and used iCloud Keychain to sync his credentials across his devices. I don’t want to have to keep an OS X user account around just to access his accounts, so I wanted to export his credentials to a portable file.